VB100 Comparative review on Windows Server 2003 R2

2012-11-09

John Hawes

Virus Bulletin
Editor: Helen Martin

Abstract

John Hawes reports the results of the latest VB100 test on Windows Server 2003 - while the pass rate was around normal (20 passes and 10 fails), stability still proved to be an issue for many products.


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